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To Messrs. Taylor and Hessey (Teignmouth, March 21, 1818)

Teignmouth, Saturday Morn, March 21, 1818 My dear Sirs I had no idea of your getting on so fast—I thought of bringing my 4th Book to Town all in good time for you—especially after the late unfortunate chance. I did not however for my own sake delay finishing the copy which was done a few …

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To Messrs. Taylor and Hessey (Hampstead, March 1818)

Hampstead, March 1818 My dear Sirs I am this morning making a general clearance of all lent Books—all—I am afraid I do not return all—I must fog your memories about them—however with many thanks here are the remainder—which I am afraid are not worth so much now as they were six months ago—I mean the …

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